James C. Kelly strives to keep litigation costs low and provides low hourly rates compared to other attorneys with similar experience. No work is done without the client knowing exactly how many hours will go into each phase of the litigation and the expenses involved. Please call James C. Kelly at 212-920-5042 to discuss your matter.

The Law Office of James C. Kelly has extensive experience concerning a wide range of commercial business disputes including:

  • Business contract disputes
  • Commercial real estate disputes, including property and lease disputes
  • Employment issues, including wrongful termination, breach of employment agreement, harassment and discrimination
  • Partnership disputes and shareholder disputes
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Copyright, Trademark, or Patent infringement
  • Business fraud and embezzlement
  • Defamation
  • False or Misleading Online Website Reviews (Yelp, Angie’s List, Etc.)
  • Commercial collections
  • Non-payment for goods or services
  • Defective or non-conforming goods
  • Unfair competition
  • Trade libel
  • Fraudulent business practices
  • Personal Injury/Slip & Fall defense
  • Wrongful interference with business relationships
  • Franchisor/Franchisee disputes
  • Breach of sales or service contracts (failure to pay, failure to meet terms of promissory note, etc.)
  • Fraud or misrepresentation
  • Contract disputes involving operating agreements, partnership agreements or corporate bylaws
  • Breach of employment contracts
  • Contract disputes involving employment agreements, such as severance agreements and non-compete agreements
  • Breach of commercial lease agreements
  • Commercial debt collection
  • Bankruptcy claims
  • Commercial/Residential mortgage foreclosure
  • Asset recovery
  • Enforcement of notes & guarantees
  • Garnishments
  • Partnership agreements, operating agreements or corporate bylaws
  • Valuation of business and business assets
  • Division of assets and liabilities
  • Distribution of shares
  • Business sales, mergers and acquisitions
  • Contested business dissolution issues, including motions to compel dissolution, minority shareholder oppression, breach of fiduciary duty and more
  • Breach of securities purchase or sale agreement